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  • The implication was eloquently clear and unmistakable.
  • When the segregationist argues that the Negro is scholastically inferior, he presents the most eloquent possible argument for desegregated schools; he admits that so long as the Negro is kept in tenth-rate schools he will remain scholastically behind white children.
  • Their silence was eloquent and devastating.
  • Another time, this was eloquently illustrated in a small community where there had been much tension between Protestants and Catholics.

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